Philanthropic support will allow us to expand and grow our already influential, important and transformational work. Becoming a Founding Supporter will cement your place in the history of higher education in Suffolk and will help us transform the lives of students, develop our environments, offer more to our communities and build a foundation for future generations in the county.
The UK Higher Education sector has a long history of receiving financial support from generous benefactors and these donations have allowed universities to achieve advances in research and education that would not otherwise have been possible.
Now in a very different funding environment we want to ensure that we can continue to offer a fulfilling and life changing experience to our students and support our communities as widely as possible, creating a foundation that will continue to make an impact for many years to come.
Why become a Founding Supporter
We look to the future as the University of Suffolk with renewed excitement and enthusiasm about the impact we will continue to have on the county. Now we are a fully independent university we will strive to excel in meeting the expectations of our students; driving a spirit of exploration, innovation, creativity, as well as instilling an entrepreneurial spirit. We will actively serve our communities, look to grow our connections and expand our reach.
Our Founding Supporters will be part of our history, will help us establish and shape our future and the impact we will have on individuals, communities and the higher education sector.
We welcome our Founding Supporters into our community and hope that their financial gift will be the start of long term mutually beneficial relationships with each of them. Advice, guidance, opinions and ideas will be actively sought from this group for many years to come.
They will influence us significantly and will be recognised for the support they give us. We hope they wear their Founding Supporter pin badges with pride and actively take on (or continue to fulfil) the role of ambassadors for the University of Suffolk.